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All user reviews of Cybex Talos S Lux

3.3/5
10 parent reviews

This stroller is a beast

5

The stroller looks so trendy and has a great suspension. We often take it for hikes on uneasy surfaces and this stroller is a beast. The wheels are so steady and the seat is so comfortable!

  • easy assembly
  • reversible seat unit
  • suspension
  • leg rest and footrest
  • heavy

The amortization (suspension) is pretty much the same as on the Balios S stroller - therefore, not present. On the other hand, the stroller is very heavy, even pulling it out of the car boot is a workout.

The footrest is weak - the legs of a larger toddler protrude and dangle (on the less expensive Balios is a better one).

  • heavy
  • hard-felt wheels

The wheels are so hard they feel like solid wood or something. Also, the pushchair is too heavy.

The stroller probably weighs a ton

1
  • suspension
  • weight
  • basket

The storage basket is very shallow. The stroller probably weighs a ton - I mean, the manufacturer says 14/15 kg but it feels like so much more. I don't feel the suspension - the wheels are very hard, you might feel the suspension if the child inside is maybe much heavier...

Worth the money

4
  • value for the money
  • large hood
  • easy putting together
  • handy

A great pram that's really worth the money. We are very pleased with it. Recommended.

  • all-terrain push
  • large hood
  • wide seat
  • reversible seat
  • I found none (maybe except the high price)

A perfect pram for me. I don't really see any niggles - maybe apart from it being rather expensive. It is easy to push - around town as well as in the forest. A large hood, a wide seat and most importantly, it can face forward as well as backward.

The backrest reclines into three positions up to a full lie-flat sleeping position. It comes with a footmuff. I sincerely recommend it.

Looks better "on paper"

3

It feels wobbly a bit. The large wheels are nice, but they don't feel as all-terrain. I like the high seat back but would like a better footrest. The plastic on the hood is not the best to be there. Looks better "on paper".

  • Versatile use
  • We passed even through worse terrain
  • Price
  • Looks
  • Extremely large when folded

It's a nice, versatile pushchair for most terrains - still, it is really heavy, super bulky after folding, and I would still expect much more suspension on the wheels!

A great and comfy seat and those all-terrain wheels will make for great help on not-so-great sidewalks with all sorts of bumps and cracks. But the stroller feels kind of heavy. I also wish for some flaps to cover the side windows on the hood when it is extended - plus a longer leg rest.

My choice for our countryside lifestyle

4
  • canopy
  • wheels
  • adjustable handlebar
  • price
  • weight
  • a very simple carrycot

I love the idea of this stroller, and it is my choice for our countryside lifestyle. The price also helps my satisfaction with it.

3.3/5
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